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European investigators claw for clues as to what could have driven Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz to fly himself and 149 others into a mountain
With the civil war now in its fifth year, nearly four million people have fled Syria. Many hope for safety in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon. In a wide-ranging 60 Minutes interview, Assad told Charlie Rose why he believes so many are racing to get out. Syrian TV shot the interview at the regime's request for security reasons.
One of the largest and rarest gems in the world is at the center of a court battle in Los Angeles. Ben Tracy reports on how several people are staking a claim on the 840-pound emerald, but they're up against the entire country of Brazil.
Secretary of State John Kerry and negotiators from other world powers are making a final push to complete a nuclear deal with Iran. Talks are deadlocked, and they face a Tuesday deadline. Margaret Brennan reports on a new sticking point that has emerged.
New disclosures over the weekend show Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz apparently had a series of psychological and physical illnesses, including severe depression and an eye problem. Allen Pizzey reports from Montabaur, Germany, Lubitz's hometown.
With pressure on in Switzerland for U.S.-led talks to bear fruit by Tuesday deadline, there are signs of backsliding
Refugees are becoming more impoverished in Jordan but one aid worker says he is trying to keep the hope alive.
Life may look normal in the capital but aid worker sees the toll of war on people’s faces.
Meeting the needs of refugees has become a struggle in a country where roughly one in four inhabitants are displaced Syrians.
A 7.7-magnitude temblor struck about 40 miles southeast of the coast of New Guinea, generating a small tsunami